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post #1 of 15 Old 11-01-2013, 08:56 PM Thread Starter
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AMG Pedals on a CLA250?

Any thoughts on adding AMG pedals to a CLA250?

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Give it a sportier feel?
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post #2 of 15 Old 11-05-2013, 01:11 PM
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Is this fit on Regular CLA 250 Edition 1
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Neat look. I have something very similar on my 1998 SLK230, which may be the coolest car ever made by M-B. LOL.
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They look great and the rubber bits on them probably help a lot. I just wish it had AMG engraved on it or just something to make it obvious it's some special AMG part.
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I hate rubber pedals and dead pedals.

Aluminum pedals are a must on all cars in my opinion.
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Anybody get these put on their 250? If so then how do you replace them? Do the black rubber ones screw off and these just screw back on?

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i believe the rubber ones are covers that pull off (kind of like a condom)

im not sure how they are mounted

but they dont have any screws. so i would imagine you would have to glue them on?
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I bought them from that ebay seller, and they look gorgeous, they changed the total appearance of the car's interior. My SLK has them so it was a no brainer.

The installation is easy but a little tricky. The accelerator one is absolutely easy, just slip it in place and it's done. For the brake you will need a little more of patience but by no means it's hard to accomplish, after some tries, a couple of pinched fingers and you will be done. They consist in a rubber cover with the aluminum plate attached to it, so just remove the original rubber cover and fit the new one. My tip is to start from right (closer to the accelerator) to left.
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I bought them from that ebay seller, and they look gorgeous, they changed the total appearance of the car's interior. My SLK has them so it was a no brainer.

The installation is easy but a little tricky. The accelerator one is absolutely easy, just slip it in place and it's done. For the brake you will need a little more of patience but by no means it's hard to accomplish, after some tries, a couple of pinched fingers and you will be done. They consist in a rubber cover with the aluminum plate attached to it, so just remove the original rubber cover and fit the new one. My tip is to start from right (closer to the accelerator) to left.
Sounds easy enough. I'm getting them.

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I bought them from that ebay seller, and they look gorgeous, they changed the total appearance of the car's interior. My SLK has them so it was a no brainer.

The installation is easy but a little tricky. The accelerator one is absolutely easy, just slip it in place and it's done. For the brake you will need a little more of patience but by no means it's hard to accomplish, after some tries, a couple of pinched fingers and you will be done. They consist in a rubber cover with the aluminum plate attached to it, so just remove the original rubber cover and fit the new one. My tip is to start from right (closer to the accelerator) to left.
Got any pics installed?
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